Integral Theory weaves together the significant insights from all the major human disciplines of knowledge, including the natural and social sciences as well as the arts and humanities. As a result of its comprehensive nature, Integral Theory is being used in over 35 distinct academic and professional fields such as art, healthcare, organizational management, ecology, congregational ministry, economics, psychotherapy, and law.

By: Lyn Lord

This post serves two purposes: 1) to encourage new authors to submit to JITP, and 2) to provide some general advice on how to prepare a submission for the journal. If you’re a seasoned academic writer, ignore the post below and skip to our submission guidelines.

Since 2006, JITP has published thousands of pages of integral content, but we face a dilemma: many of the submissions we receive are from previously published authors. (Currently, our submission queue hovers around 30% of repeat submitters.) Given Integral...

By: Nick Hedlund-de Witt

We live in amazing times, simultaneously ridden with breakdowns and graced by breakthroughs.  Given that we tend to hear more about the former than the latter, I thought I would pass on a number of remarkable breakthroughs that I have recently come across via Michael Zimmerman in a recent exchange about global climate/energy/well-being. The first two have to do with recent innovations in solar energy technology - namely, the potential and promise of ultra low cost, organic and hybrid solar cells, some of whom may be produced from agricultural waste:

By: Nick Hedlund-de Witt

Alex O. Holcombe, Associate Professor at the School of Psychology, and Australian Research Council Future Fellow at University of Sydney has published a worthwhile article on the growing movement with the academy towards open access scientific publishing HERE. As the author states in the following excerpt:

We’re mired in a system that wastes taxpayers’ money and unnecessarily...

By: Mark Allan Kaplan


As part of the Integral Cinema Project’s outreach application process, I recently consulted on a multimedia mental health intervention project at the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Chicago Schools of Medicine helping them apply an Integral approach to deepen the power and effect of their intervention. The researchers already had intuitively fleshed out the need for an intervention that addressed the intentional, behavioral, cultural, and social dimensions of the issue at hand, namely helping teens at risk learn to become more resilient in the face of the...